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Additive manufacturing news, November 2015

MTI reports success with niobium-based powder for AM

Metal Technology (MTI) says that it has successfully spheridized a sample batch of its C-103 niobium-based alloy powder intended for AM.

Dr. Joseph Newkirk has been named a Fellow of the American Society for Metals (ASM) International.

Optomec, has introduced Smart Additive Manufacturing (SmartAM) technology for use in hybrid CNC machine tools.

Research and Markets has released a new report covering opportunities for titanium and titanium alloys in additive manufacturing.

Höganäs has invested in a new sintering furnace to meet the growing demand for 3D printed components, it says.

SLM Solutions Group AG, a provider of metal based additive manufacturing technology, has opened a new office in Shanghai.

EOS has headed the ‘Challengers’ category of the ‘Game Changer Award,’ held by Germany-based Manager Magazin and Bain & Company.

The 2016 edition of Standard Test Methods for Metal Powders and Powder Metallurgy Products has been released by the MPIF.

Patrick J. McGeehan has been elected the 28th president of the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF).

EOS has launched a process monitoring and analysis system for metal additive manufacturing (AM).

Arevo Labs has introduced a scalable Robot-based Additive Manufacturing (RAM) platform for 3D printed composite parts.

A Spanish cancer patient has received a 3D printed titanium sternum and rib cage manufactured at CSIRO’s 3D printing facility.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has launched its Powder Metallurgy Component Awards 2016.

A new report predicts that revenues for titanium powders used in additive manufacturing could reach more than US$330 million.

UK AM specialist HiETA has opened a new technology center in Bristol & Bath Science Park, UK.

A new report suggests that overall world revenue for additive manufacturing for aerospace and defense will reach US$950 million in 2015.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has acquired three new additive manufacturing (AM) machines as part of a contractual arrangement.

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